As Casella Waste Systems remains shut out of expanding its existing landfill off Trudeau Road in Bethlehem, the company has entered into an option to purchase new land - in all, nearly 1,900 acres - in Dalton, Bethlehem and Littleton, off Route 116.

On Jan. 28, a notice of options to purchase real estate and right of first refusal - with an effective date of Dec. 11, 2018 and one option for 25 years - was filed with the Coos County Registry of Deeds by Casella’s subsidiary, North Country Environmental Services Inc., and J.W. Chipping Corp., owned by Douglas Ingerson Jr., of Dalton, who owns the land.

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